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out on groupon, it goes up. i'd stay away from it. > > michael kors has been a great stock for investors. it's more than doubled in the past 12 months here. would you buy this one, or is it too high? > > no, i do like michael kors. the ipo came out at $53, which was a little bit below what the expectation was. we saw it trade up to almost $57 a few days ago, because that's where it was initially priced. but michael kors has now become the superstar of high-end retail. people don't talk about tiffany, people are not talking about ralph lauren, people are talking about michael kors. it's now the leader. i think they have an unbelievable business plan. their guidance going forward is great. i would be a buyer. > > good to have you on the show. that's scott bauer of trading advantage. > > thanks angie. in our cover story, since the first wave of apple faithful camped out for the newest iphone last week, there have been reports of flaws or features in some of the more than five million phones sold already that may need your attention to upgrade, even though you just paid up to $
michael kors. this is the epit mal, a sweet spot. this goes much higher. goodyear tire, the average cars around the world are very old, already a year ahead of schedule. operating margins are exploding everywhere, except europe. i like this particularly for people with 401(k)s. >> charles, if you were recommending to me a high-end suit manufacturer, i'd say i'm all in, because i know you know all about that. i think stocks like michael kors are risky. >> i spend more at michael kors than my tailor. >> all right. >> what have you got? >> i first bought joy in 1962 when knives s high school. it moves a lot -- a lot of fit's work is moving around coal in various forms. i don't think that's a booming business right now. >> so you like the concept maybe at the beginning, but -- >> i liked it in 1962. >> i'm only 50 years late on this one. >> neil: but you're younger too. here's david. >> you knew this was coming, incomes falling gen. a new report showing the median household income heading south last month. now down more than 8% since president obama took office. now governor romney is out sa
. ultimately will come back. like it a lot. also like michael kors. this is the epit mal, a sweet spot. this goes much higher. goodyear tire, the average cars around the world are very old, already a year ahead of schedule. operating margins are exploding everywhere, except europe. i like this particularly for people with 401(k)s. >> charles, if you were recommending to me a high-end suit manufacturer, i'd say i'm all in, because i know you know all about that. i think stocks like michael kors are risky. >> i spend more at michael kors than my tailor. >> all right. >> what have you got? >> i first bought joy in 1962 when knives high school. it moves a lot -- a lot of fit's
'm sticking with it. >>> still to come, interview with michael kors. what a year it's been for that company. we'll see what he says about the high-end consumer. a lot of news to watch. 1 p.m. eastern time is that apple announcement. we'll talk about it all morning when ""squawk" on the street" comes back. >>> mark zuckerberg gave a piece of advice to shareholders. he told investors, it's a great time for people to stay and double down. so that brings us to this morning's "squawk on the tweet." your second bet would be to double down on blank. tell us what you think. we'll air your responses throughout the morning. if there's one stock out there, jim, we'll put you in the stock mode, on which you could double down, what would that be? >> i could double down right now? >> bristol-myers. >> i like that. but i'm going to double down on aig because the amount of demand for that stock on that deal, tim massett on "mad money" in charge of the disposition, the amount of money was insane because of the book value being a double from where it was. he told me, look, we could do whatever we want with t
to strut down the catwalk, michael kors, one of the hottest apparel plays out there, since he came public last des and $20 a share. with the stock now at $53 and change, michael kors is almost too sexy for himself. almost. and the latest accessory is handbags. the company beat estimates off 14 cents off a 20 cent basis. that's one of the best beats we've had this year. northern same-store sales increased by 24.2%! even better, kors gave up side guidance for the rest of the year, has consistently generated blowout numbers. some of this is because the company has been rolling out retail stores but mostly because kors keeps nailing the fashion. the stock got dinged today, filing more than $2. given how strong the sales and earnings are, i am urging you to buy the stock on the deal. if you can't get in, buy it on the open market. it's a terrific entry point and a truly terrific stock knocked down because of selling that i'm not worried about. >> the next fashionista on our catwalk, this one might come up as a surprise. it's gap! yes, but not gap. the symbol is gps. after spending years in the
for that finish, i'm sure. thanks, scott. michael kors, right? the designer? this company's done unbelievably well since its ipo. let's head back to nicole for the bigger and bigger, i guess, more important story. >> reporter: yeah. the bigger picture is that michael kors continues to do very well. you do see a down arrow today of 4%. secondary offering goes well. let's back it up and talk about the fact that year to date the stock is up 92%. each time that they initiate with more shares, they're getting them out there, there's still demand there, and what we're seeing is the founder and namesake, michael kors, continues to make millions out of this process. so on monday evening b the company placed its second public offering of shares and up 165% from the ipo price. so they continue to do so well, and we get their sales numbers, and they continue to grow. david: all right, nicole, thank you very much. well, this was the story. if there's any one issue that led to that gain in the dow leading to a triple-point loss, it was the fed's divisions between the monetary hawks and doves which got a little
and michael kors as they're make news. michael kors, second quarter guidance and full-year guidance looking good, raising the numbers. you can see the stock right now is up 5.4% for michael kors. that is doing exceptionally well. we're looking at coach. coach has been doing so well but they're pulling back. they're launching a broad based promotion in some of their department stores, over the weekend some of the department stores. a lot of retailers, especially luxury retailers are to the downside. coach is down 4%. tiffany's macy's nordstrom, burberry are to the downside. there are retailers doing well but those are ones coming under pressure but great day for kors. year-to-date is up 103%. lori: ask you to go shopping just hearing names. one day. thank you. >>> all right. a staggering statistic for you 85% of small business owners believe the economy could experience another downturn. what is behind the gloom hanging over small businesses? jerome buyers, head of citibank small business exclusively with this reading on small business. welcome, jerome. we were talking about small business h
of michael kors right here. >> even at the higher levels. interesting. dana, what would you do? >> i'd be a buyer too. when you look at how these companies grow, they're expa expanding their product line. they have good initial product. chanel opening more retail stores. they have more opportunity globally. >> d.a. narks rich, good to see you both. thank you your thoughts today on michael kors. >> bill, 30 minutes before the closing bell sounds for the day. we have a rally under way. it is off the best levels. dow up 67 points. former nyc ceo does not think too highly of the facebook ipo. listen to this. >> the brand is broken. the credibility of this company is going to be in question for a long, long time. >> can facebook ceo mark zuckerberg say anything to restore investor confidence when he makes his first on-stage appearance since the ipo in may today? don't forget, we'll have complete coverage of zuckerberg's speech tonight on fa"fast money." that's after the "closing bell." >>> apple shares up more than 60% in 2012. sweet return, but should you do the unthinkable and sell it b
kors since may. is michael kors is buy, sell or hold? >> this remarkable stock, it's up four. i don't recommend stocks up four. the stock tends to go down on mondays. it's doing remarkably well. it's got the best comp stores in the world. i'm a buyer, not a seller. but remember, it trades weirdly so wait for a dip. let's go to andrew in florida. andrew? >> caller: hey, professor cramer, ba-ba-boo-yah! >> thank you, sunshine. what is going on? >> caller: a quick question about leapfrog, ls. a 52-week high of 1228. they introduced their first wifi tablet for children, but leapfrog just announced that leappad 2 selected as one of the top picks on the toys r us fabulous christmas list. i have a large holding. what do i do, buy, sell or hold? >> it's just a hold. i'm worried about the whole toy complex. we've got a lot of negative writing this week about hasbro and mattel. it just seemed like the back to school toy play isn't working. i would be a little more concerned if i were you. i need to go to harold right now in illinois. harold? hey, harold! >> caller: hello, boo-yah, jim. two po
as we learned that michael kohl's is checking out in terms of the stock sale. >> i'm sure michael kors -- >> to see what not to do. >>> apple continues lower. and google shares are higher. so interesting thing to watch here. so let's check in with maryanne thompson. >> right now, the offering price is 1218, the indication is 1245 to 1251. we're still waiting for that to open. questioning how much qe-3 might help the economy. we have a number of them trading, posting their worst day in two months, including france, portugal, spain. germany having its worst day in one month. overnight because of those concerns about qe-3, in part, we saw china drop to a three and a half year low. european banks weaker in the pre-market in. the pre-market, u.s. banks were holding up a little bit better, although banking index right now is fractionally lower. what we are checking out is the vix. this is the measure of fear which topped 9% yesterday. as you look out on the curve, the index or the futures are much higher in february because of concerns about the fiscal cliff, but we will be teaching a watch
's in you. you have really missed the mark. here's the fashion industry, pvh, vf, michael kors, i'm not putting burberry in the same category. >> at two, jim? >> yeah. i went in there recently trying to buy a tie -- >> i remember. >> when i was trying to buy a tie, at the counter, it mean, look, i'm not one of these guys is a chinski guy, but i do like raisinettes, and i get to the counter and it was $170. and i said this is an outlet store, you should get ten ties, they said this is burberry. well, i've got news for you, this is what happens when you charge that much. >> you think it's more of a fashion faux pas as opposed to a slowdown in china and people are willing to, you know, the high rollers, not quite rolling as high. >> i don't like it when people -- where was eric wiseman, was he claiming anybody when they owned the quarter? listen to manny tarico. china's real good. i don't like it when a company has missed and missed suddenly comes up and tells you things aren't that good when ralph lauren has delivered and pvh has delivered and michael kors has delivered. i hope peop
. look at a retailers, totally different, michael kors. not harley retail. michael kors talking about certain shareholders even some of the management now, some members of management will tend to sell about 23 million shares of this retailer in the secondary offering. you see the stock right now, right when you have a secondary ito/ dilutes the shares. so shareholders don't love that but that's what happens. it is down 4.25%. you remember this ipo back in december of 2011. the stock is up more than 100% this year. their outlook going forward for north america and europe is going good for the double-digit sales growth they expect in same-store sales. apparel, watches, all kinds of things they're doing pretty well. yeah, that's what we're looking forward to. 4.3% to the downside. ashley: just slightly lower. main we get it back up to normal by the time we're finished. nicole, thank you very much. we'll check back in with you in 15 minutes. >>> coming up when a company spins off a business which stock is the better business? that is good question. credit suisse has been crunching numbers
back to nicole. michael kors is a real loser today. why? nicole: they have the right when the lockup expires and they can then sell. well, they are selling. shareholders are selling off. some of the managers selling off. you can see it is down about 3% right now. it is about 20 million shares. this is what was estimated. 10% of all the outstanding shares. it went public back in december 2011. it did well. it is up over 100% this year. charles: michael kors has been a grand slam. this is not necessarily a man bites dog. apple and google hitting highs again. nicole: you love tech. both apple and google are heading new highs. apple at an all time high. we are waiting on the new iphone five, of course. google with their android operating system doing so well. charles: nicole, thank you so much. making the government now a minority shareholder. is the judge happy about this? that is right, he is back. we missed him so much. especially his last. [laughter] [laughter] charles: the dow jones industrial average down 16 points. government cannot agree onbudget cuts. i mentioned that. ben berna
to 23 million shares. michael kors has done particularly well, up over 100% year to date. when you think of michael kors you think of apparel watches and accessories. they have done really well. they have easily surpassed analyst expectations for quarterly numbers. then gave outlook for same-store sales growth for north america and europe that looked pretty good. the stock today down about 4%. back to you. connell: you mentioned europe, the breaking news this hour is that the european markets are closing up for the day. none other than ashley webster recently back from yet another trip to europe. ashley: some profit taking more problems in greece even a fall in chinese imports all combining to create a less than really positive session this monday in europe. let's take a look at the closing bell. the ftse was meandering all day, finishing just slightly lower at the closing bell. the cac was down about quarter of a percent. essentially flat also on the dax in frankfurt. after getting a boost from last week's announcement by the ecb for unlimited bond purchases yes, europe faces another te
for michael kors who stands to make $200 million. he remains long in the shares of this long-flying ipo. >>> caterpillar is cutting the earnings forecast and seeing a bigger drop in demand for earth moving equipment because of weaker commodity prices. they say economic growth is slowing more than the company had expected, but jim, it is for 2015. this morning you're looking at analysts viewing this in different ways. >> right. i think there's a lot of people, carl, who were saying, of course, hey, it is obviously the world is slowing. a lot of people say, look, what they're really doing is saying even in this environment we're going to make far more money than we have in the previous downturns if we get it at $6 in earnings, which is well below what they think they can earn. we'll still pay the dividend. i come back and say the acquisition, which they made and a lot of people were critical of, is working. that the synergies are working. that the costs taken out in regards to manufacturing, look, the world is slowing but it is not a disaster. that's why caterpillar is not at 885. >> do y
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of the equation. michael kors. kors is almost too sexy for itself. the next fashionista on our catwalk, it's gap. ♪ ♪ gucci, fendi >> phenomenal. how about nordstrom's. fourth, we've got urban outfitters. ♪ and our final fashionista, lululemon. ♪ [ laughter ] >> loved it, right? >> loved it, right? loved it. in a special ops miss? >>> back to school season is very much upon us. that means before we answer your tweets and e-mails, you got to do some homework. so let's get at it. here is what i am handing in a little late. we took some time off. it's august 15th. todd from north carolina asked about us stonemor partners, stom. there are only two things certain in this country, death and taxes and stonemor is available in both. everything from burials, caskets, crypts, vaults. the unique thing about stonemor is the only death company structured as a mastered limited partnership. so its distributions have favored tax status. when you see a yield that high, it suggests the dividend might not be sustainable. and last year there were a couple of quarters where the company didn't make enough mon
that are really nailing it on the fashion side of the equation. michael kors. kors is almost too sexy for itself. the next fashionista on our catwalk, it's gap. ♪ >> phenomenal. how about nordstrom's. fourth, we've got urban outfitters. ♪ and our final fashionista, lululemon. ♪ [ laughter ] >> loved it, right? loved it. the crisp northern air of acadia, the falling leaves. the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. when i smell that, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection from air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. have you heard for the 408 and 669 area codes? no, what is it? starting october 20, 2012, if you have a 408 or 669 number, you'll need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number for all calls. o.k., but what if i have an 408 number and i'm calling a 408 number? you'll still need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number. so when in doubt, dial it out! >>> back to school season is very much upon us. that means before we answer your tweets and e-mails, you got to do some homework. so let's get at it. here is what
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as they come in. and now next up, seven early movers, designer michael kors raised the profit guidance. up 3 points. western asset mortgage capital more than doubled its quarterly dividends and those are shares up up nearly 2 points at 23 bucks. and software maker, took in less than expected and trading is up to almost $31 and amgen says the fda approved a new use for the bone building drug, and that stock is down. nearly 82 bucks and profit up 12% at uniform rental company cintas. and that is trading 41.29. and now, mcdonald's is not the only company raising dividend. health care company providian is, too, and it's trading prakzally, covidien. and oracle stock up, revenue slipped. oracle shares though are up by about a poent. and now they've got week three in the nfl kickoff and the players want a regular referees back, but the scabs are still on the field. why? it's all about pensions. that's next. [ male announcer ] how do you trade? with scottrader streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real ti
the markets, michael kors announcing that some shareholders will sell about 20 million shares in the company's stock, about 10% of the shares outstanding. this transpired friday afternoon after the close. we are seeing the reaction today. what a run. down 4.4% is a drop in the bucket when you consider the run it's had since it ipo'd here on the new york stock exchange. >> you interviewed michael kors. he's still involved in designing? >> he is. what's so unique about him is he worked on the floor of retail. he worked the floor. he knows what sales. he has a real handle on what the margins are on any product he designs. from the drawing board, you know what the margins are likely going to be. >> tommy hilfiger still intimately involved in the design. >> has a good sense for what will sell and what won't. >> 14% same-store sales. >> j. crew has had a very sharp increase in sales. >> titan machinery is an interesting one. it is down by 16.5%, a smaller market cap, $500 million in market cap. but they missed when they cut their full-year estimates and they say that the drought's hurt margins. it
want to go back to shoot and aim later? joining me now is michael tomaski, special kor spoon dend for newsweek and the daily beast. he's writing today about mitt romney's total neocon melt down. thanks for coming on the show tonight. >> my pleasure, al. >> you talk extensively about the romney connection to the bush foreign policy in your column. why is romney doubling down on it? >> he's doubling down because he's as joan said in the previous statement, he probably doesn't have anywhere else to go, he has some pathological need that goes beyond the strategy and needs some approval in a strange way. i don't know what he actually believes. he needs nothing but needs the approval of this group and feels that he needs the support of this group to get to the white house. the scary thing about it, for all of us and not just for democrats and lib brals but for all americans and tlash vote is, as your setup said, a return to those kinds of foreign policy, to that kind of bellacose, you are with us or against us foreign policy that created all of this trouble in the first place. so many o
of michael kors, banking on a strong global says outlook and raises expected earnings. shares of oracle is seeing software growth but the company says hardware sales are expected to drop further after tumbling 24% from a year ago. oracle is trying to turn around its sun computer division and tighten up its technology budget. you know what? i think that's rain. somebody said the weather crawler is showing snow in miami. i think that's rain but we'll take a look at it. >> and the nationals clinched, too, we said only the reds did. >> nationals did, too. the nets not so good. >> let's talk about ray dalio. i got a chance to sit down in a rare interview with the world's biggest hedge fund ray dalio, founder and chief investment officer of bridgewater associates. one of the many topics we covered was the possibility of a significant downturn in the united states economy. >> so if you have a downturn, there's a possibility that you don't have that right mix and that you could have a downturn. the odds of that are comparatively low but i worry about it because it's significant possibility. i d
. tiffany: yes. jonathan: get a stylish new look with this michael kors pink leather tote featuring a removable shoulder strap and gold tone hardware. the purse is worth $348. wayne: but you know there's also something inside. there's a hidden something inside that purse. do you want it? (audience yelling suggestions) - i'm going to keep my money. wayne: okay. do you want it for 50 bucks? - i sure do! wayne: well, it's yours, plus what's inside, remember i said it could be a zonk. - that's right. wayne: yeah. but it isn't, it's a weekend getaway. (cheers and applause) jonathan: a limo will whisk you away for a three-night stay at the nautical chic portofino hotel and marina in sunny southern california. your ocean premier room offers sun-drenched views of the harbor by day and enchanting moon-lit water vistas by night. daily breakfast at the award winning baleen kitchen are included, making this deal worth $2,998. (cheers and applause) wayne: so it's pretty much a one-person auction. so we really-- do you even want to play the music? just go with a different version of the music, i
. >> let's talk about michael chorus. the company says it will earn more than it originally thought in the second quarter. kors also saying its quarter to date comp store sales rose about 45%. if you pull back the curtain as to where they're seeing the most growth, it is 50%. same-store sales, 4.5% in america, 16% in japan. so they are seeing growth in europe, despite what the likes of a burberry are telling us. >> i feel like i cannot stress hard enough, burberry is a screw up. they got the wrong merchandise and the wrong price. in the end, retail is having an eye, having control of inventory. kors seems to be toemthly in control of inventory and they have a great eye. pbh, same thing. vf corp., eric wiseman talking, europe, a positive. you have the right merchandise, it seems to trump anything. pbh is saying one of the reasons things are so strong are europe, eastern european travelers, that's code word for russia and asian travelers, they go to europe and it's a big deal to buy kors. they don't just go there and knock off kors in china. fabulous. factories of course are not fit.
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